Tourism

AAT Kings unveils new brochure

To celebrate World Tourism Day 2017, AAT Kings has launched its new Australia 2018/2019 brochure with an Australian themed media and trade event in Alexandria.

Guests were treated to a smorgasbord of Australian themed culinary delights and signature cocktails.

Hans Belle, Managing Director of AAT Kings, addressed the crowd about the new offering, which showcases over 40 itineraries across the Guided Holiday, Short Breaks and Inspiring Journeys trip styles.

He also unveiled the brand new Victoria’s Hidden Gems itinerary for 2018 in the luxurious Inspiring Journeys portfolio, which unearths the secrets of the vibrant and naturally beautiful state.

Throughout the evening, guests also experienced a meet and greet with AAT Kings Travel Directors by using Augmented Reality app, Zappar.

Belle also discussed AAT Kings sustainable tourism initiatives in light of World Tourism Day.

AAT Kings supports a number of important projects with a focus on wildlife conservation in Australia – including the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal to protect these endangered mammals from the fatal Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) epidemic; their donation supports vaccine research and works towards finding a solution to conserve Australia’s native wildlife.

AAT Kings has also teamed up with Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors to support the Koala Rehabilitation Project at their Wildlife hospital. Along with koala rehabilitation, they also support the building of ecofriendly habitats to protect the sick and orphaned.

To celebrate World Tourism Day, on guests’ behalf, AAT Kings made a donation to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital to assist in continuing their important work rehabilitating and caring for injured and orphaned koalas – with all attendees taking home an official certificate of thanks.

Belle commented, “Last night was a feast of the senses as we showcased our greatest offering to date thanks to my talented team. We believe it will inspire agent partners to share our amazing destinations and incredible experiences with their clients, encouraging them book a holiday in our stunning continent. With the array of trip styles and destinations on offer, there’ll be something that appeals to every kind of traveller – making our product easier to sell.”

The 2018/19 Australia brochure has been designed to make it easier for agents to seamlessly sell AAT Kings’ offering, with a fantastic 10 per cent Early Bird Offer for guests who book and pay in full before 27 November, 2017.

Check out the photos from the launch here:

AAT KINGS AUSTRALIA BROCHURE -Hans Belle, MD, AAT Kings, John Veitch, CEO TTC AUS

AAT KINGS AUSTRALIA 2018

AAT KINGS AUS LAUNCH_ Hans Belle, MD, AAT Kings, John Veitch, CEO TTC AUS

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Yours Magazine - AAT KINGS LAUNCH

Travel Weekly, AAT KINGS

Taste of Australia, AAT KINGS

Julia Zaetta, Better Homes and Gardens Editor, AAT KINGS

Hans Belle, MD, Joel Victoria, Marketing Director, AAT KINGS

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Carly Wiseman, Yahoo7, AAT KINGS

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Hans Belle, AAT KINGS

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